This post is photoheavy! A step by step building up those layers ....
1. I used tea dye distress ink and covered the page ...next I used a dutch doobadoo stencil and created some patterns....
2. Next it was another dutch doobadoo stencil and another di...
3. a visible image stencil ...
4. a TH stencil - mini scale....
5. another TH stencil ...
6. after a little masking a final TH stencil...
and my background was complete!
I teamed this with a TH stamp stampers-anonymous-tim-holtz-cling-mounted-stamp-set---evolution.
I hope you enjoyed seeing how I have used my stencils and will join us in using yours!
Fabulous card Rachel, love itReplyDelete
Love this design. Must try this thanks for the inspiration Zoe xReplyDelete
This is absolutely gorgeous, gorgeous colours and design. Big Hugs MarleneReplyDelete
Wow ! love it !ReplyDelete
WOW fabulous background and stencilsReplyDelete
Your stencilled background is amazing Rachel, love the colour and the design and of course the Gent looks great too! Hugs, Anne xxReplyDelete
Fabulous stencilled background and gorgeous colours. A wonderful project.ReplyDelete
A fabulous card Rachel, you have used some great stencils.ReplyDelete
Pauline - Crafting with Cotnob
Wow Rachel what fantastic colours and design, love the stencils, they are brilliant great image, Kate xReplyDelete
That layered stencilling is really fantastic, Rachel - an amazing background for the silhouette gentleman. Very cool rusty tones too.ReplyDelete
This is wonderful, arty and so lovely!ReplyDelete
I love seeing how you build up your stencilled masterboard! You do have lovely stencils, Rachel... The silhouette image is perfect against this background. xxReplyDelete
Fantastic stencilling Rachel. A great masterboard and your card looks super. BarbxxReplyDelete
A fabulous gent ..love it. xxReplyDelete